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WE HAVE NOW TO examine these disruptive
forces a little more closely, these disruptive
forces which are manifestly overstraining and
destroying the social and political system in
which most of us have been reared. At what
particular points in our political and social life
are these disruptive forces discovering breaking-
points ?
Chief among these breaking-points, people are
beginning to realise more and more clearly, is
the common, half-educated young man.
One particular consequence of this onrush of
power and invention in our time, is the release
of a great flood of human energy in the form of
unemployed young people. This is a primary
factor of the general political instability.
We have to recognise that humanity is not
suffering, as most animal species when they
suffer seem to do, from hunger or want in any